Configuration item (CI) data that Discovery collects can be separated into domains.
How Discovery domain separation works
Discovery implements data domain separation through the MID server by impersonating the MID
Server user during sensor processing. Discovery uses the domain that the MID Server user is in
to determine which domain the discovered data should be put into. Discovery configuration
information, including classifiers, identifiers, probes, and
sensors, is not domain separated.
Domain separation for Discovery is available starting with the Helsinki release.
Note: Discovery of Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure cloud resources does not support domain separattion because MID Servers are not used.
Domain separation for MID Server files
You can create versions of these specific MID Server policy records that
only a MID Server from the same domain can use. This process separation is supported for records
in tables that extend MID Server Synchronized Files [ecc_agent_sync_file]:
By default, all records in these tables are members of the global domain. A user can
override the default global domain and create a version of these policies for use in the user's
Note: Attachments on MIB or JAR file records might not appear as they did in a non-domain
separated environment. This occurs because the Attachments [sys_attachment] table is data
separated. When data is
separated between domains, a record in a child domain cannot access records in a parent domain.
Domain separated tables
Records in all tables that extend the Base Configuration Item [cmdb] table can be domain
separated. In addition, records in these tables can also be domain separated:
- Serial Number [cmdb_serial_number]
- TCP Connection [cmdb_tcp]
- Fibre Channel Initiator [cmdb_fc_initiator]
- Fibre Channel Targets [cmdb_fc_target]
- IP Address to DNS Name [cmdb_ip_address_dns_name]
- Service [cmdb_ip_service_ci]
- KVM Virtual Device [cmdb_kvm_device]
- Load Balancer Service VLAN [cmdb_lb_service_vlan]
- Load Balancer VLAN Interface [cmdb_lb_vlan_interface]
- Switch Port [cmdb_switch_port]